Mommy is ready for you.

in , by Cynthia Cano, 11:50 PM
Today I woke up twice in the middle of the night, ready to vomit, and I know it had to be some kind of sign from God. As soon as I made it to the bathroom, I spit up a bunch of saliva. I made Daddy run to Walmart to get me a pregnancy test but it came out negative.

Pastor Maggie Rodriguez preached today. I was walking out if the temple to bring Joel (your god brother) to the nursery when she called me to the front. She told me that when she passed by me before service had started, God told her that I was ready and that my womb was prepared. Little did she know that two months prior, Prophet Sergio Garcia told me that a ball of fire came down from heaven, went into my stomach and to my womb to restore it. My womb was ready.... Not only for one of you...

Club 31 : Starbucks set the tone

in , by Cynthia Cano, 11:50 AM
After much thought and much debate, God finally shoved me out of my comfort zone and provoked me to begin the book club that I have desired for many years.

Today, Club 31 had its first meeting! It was a success. We met at our local Starbucks, had some A-mazing lattes, coffees, and banana bread, read the forward and prologue to get a feel of what we are getting into. We are excited for this new journey and know that God will minister to each and everyone of us.


What does the bible say about being single? And how are we to understand this unique design by God for some of us? We are aware that God has designed the relationship of marriage to be the most common expression of human life in an intimate, social way. The bible says "But if they can’t control themselves, they should go ahead and marry. It’s better to marry than to burn with lust." (1 Corinthians 7:9 NLT) This was said by Paul the apostle which implies that we can be single if we want to be BUT if we are going to fall in sin, we should do the right thing by getting married.

            I want to share an experience of mine with you but before I get to it, I will introduce myself. My name is Melina and I am 24 years old. I grew up in a happy household where my family and I attended church regularly. I don't know what life is outside of Christ and I don't want to. Since my father gave his life to Christ, he gained so much knowledge and wisdom over the years, something that probably would not have been possible if he didn't turn his life around. I am grateful for that knowledge. He raised three daughters which I know was difficult especially in our teenage years. My sisters and I have had endless advice from both of my parents but the most advice we received from our dad was about boys and relationships.

Religion — The root of destruction.

in , by Cynthia Cano, 4:12 PM

"If standing in a garage doesn't make you a car, then sitting in a church doesn't make you holy".

I know we have all heard that quote, or something similar, at least once or twice. The question is, can we really apply it to our lives? The other night, as I prayed. I begged God and the Holy Spirit to minister to me to in some type of way. I was expecting to actually hear His voice but He spoke to me differently. When I opened up my Bible, I opened up to the book of Isaiah and began reading...

" Your land is ruined; your cities have burned with fire, while you watch, your enemies are stealing everything from your land, it is ruined like a country destroyed by enemies." — Isaiah 1:7

"The Lord says, 'I do not want all these sacrifices. I have had enough of your burnt sacrifices of male sheep and fat from fine animals. I am not pleased by the blood of bulls, lambs, and goats." — Isaiah 1:11

Author: Josselyn Aguirre Himely

Hello everyone,

Today I will be talking about how my life was before I gave my life to Jesus.

I've been going to church since I was little and old enough to remember going. My mom was the one who made sure we went to church .We had to walk quite a bit to get to church but that was not a problem for her. The Bible says "Train a child in the way he should go,and when he is old he will not turn from it. Proverbs 22:6"

An uncomfortable Praise

in , by Cynthia Cano, 12:24 PM
I recently learned that when God wants to grow you, He makes you feel uncomfortable.

He takes you through the unthinkable so that what you once thought was unmanageable, you can now do, because what was once an "un" is now an "is" because He is able to do it through you.

He takes you through the desert so that when time passes, you can later on reflect and say, "some time ago, I was weak but He made me strong. I was weak but His glory was perfected in my weakness".

Because it is not your strength that makes you strong. If you depended on your strength alone, everything would go wrong.

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